Earl of Gosford, Appellant Irish Land Commission, Respondents

CourtHouse of Lords (Ireland)
Judgment Date19 June 1899
Date19 June 1899

H. L.

Before Earl of Halsbury, L.C., and Lords Macnaghen, Morris, and Shand



Appeal — House of Lords ——

696 THE IRISH REPORTS. [1902. .IE 1899. June 19. EARL OF GOSFORD, APPELLANT; IRISH LAND COMÂMISSION, RESPONDENTS. Appeal—House of Lords—Appellate jurisdiction Act, 1876 (39 (S. 40 Viet. c. 59), ss. 3, 12—Judicature Act (Ireland), 1877 (40 4- 41 Viet. c. 57), s. 86. APPEAL from the orders of the Queen's Bench Division (32 Ir. L. T. R. 27), and of the Court of Appeal ([1899} 2 I. R. 399). The Irish Land Commission petitioned to dismiss the appeal as incompetent. The Right Hon. The Mae Dermot, Q.C., for the respondents. Ronan, Q.C., for the appellant. THE HOUSE OF LORDS (Earl of Halsbury, L.C., and Lords Macnaghten, Morris, and. Shand) held that no appeal lay (1). Solicitors for the appellant : Boxall and Boxall, for Monroe and Anderson. Solicitors for the respondents : aloha, Manisty and...

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